Seeking financial assistance for high cost prescriptions
PA/Financial Assistance Specialist (Current Employee) – Deer Valley, AZ – April 5, 2016
Outbound/inbound calls to patients or providers to gather or verify financial information to submit or create applications. Update the systems we grants information approvals or denials. Daily calls to non-profit organizations or manufactures on applications follow ups. Respond to others stores questions about financial assistance availability for prescriptions or diagnosis. Reply to daily emails requesting applications status. Print faxes received from patients or providers with financial documents or signed applications to complete and submit applications for review. Assist on setting prescriptions deliveries when call volume was high or transferring calls to the appropriate departments based on track specialty. Assist supervisor with grant financial questions.
Professional Shipping Coordinator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – March 11, 2016
worked my tail off for the company for 9 and a half years and was let go for no apparent reason. a typical day at work is always busy always having to answer phones. management only cares about hitting sales numbers every month and less about the employees that work there. loved all my co-workers.
Certified Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) – Lake Mary, FL – January 3, 2016
I loved my job I did escalation for 4 medication and I truly enjoyed what I did. Management could use some classes on proper actions when you are a manager, but as far the work I did my patients were amazing and I enjoyed everyday.
IT Support Tech (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 25, 2015
Think twice and then think again. Management is not grounded in reality and focused on either selling this company or taking it public. There is not week that goes by where they are eliminating a position or letting groups of people go.
Specialty Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 8, 2015
This was a company that provided great benefits that you can advance with. You work on a team with like 5 other people to accomplish the goals for the specific team. The teams generally work well together.
Great growing and learning environment with good people
Clinical Pharmacist (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 24, 2014
Manage specialties including HIV, transplant, oncology, compounding, hormone replacement therapy, hepatitis C, and fertility. Diverse specialties leads to diverse learning environments. Communication is an issue as with all pharmacies and needs to be improved. Love the people who work here. They make the crazy days worth it!
pharmacy technician (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 4, 2014
I hated every moment being there, the manager Michael is completely un-willing to work with people, they also said if you have a doctors note your absence from work will be excused that's complete bs too. There are some great lower level managers but that isn't enough to stay.
Patient Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 15, 2014
I sat there for 8 hours a day wasting my talent. I didnt learn anything, they were unorganized with their training. My immediate manager was a good manager, her higher up was un approachable and unwilling to work with people.
my immediate manager always showed us she appreciated us.
short breaks, have to ask to use the restroom or even leave your seat.
o Special Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 14, 2014
First thing after arrival i would clock in, then speak with my team lead to organize who would do what for the day to make the day go smoother. I would make calls to patients, doctors, and insurance companies. At the end of my day I would organize my desk and paper work for the next day.Then clock-out.
A typical day: Outside sales position Management: Great management team with many years of experience in the industry Coworkers: knowledgable and great at what they do. Many years in the industry Hardest Part of the Job: beginning a territory from scratch Most enjoyable part of the job: believing and selling a wonderful service
Enjoy working with coworkers and has a good relationship with the customers
Lead Front End Pharmacy Technician (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – February 24, 2013
My work day consist of contacting patients for refills. Checking a patients profile to see if the physician needs to be contacted for refills, prior authorizations or dosage concerns. I have learned how to communicate with the patients and they trust that I will always put them first.The hardest part of my job is having insufficient time to complete all task assigned. The most enjoyable part of the job is the patients and the coworkers.
insurance, no suitable break area for employees, always computer, phone and software issues